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11.15 EXAM INFO - Wild Swans: Three daughters of china Wild...

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Wild Swan’s: Three daughters of china Wild swans The political conditions of the first half of the 20 th century o Revolution in 1911 o Ruled by warlords o GMD was created o No long term stable authority o Grandmother given away to a powerful man Went back to Manchuria Culture: corruption and aggression o Women treated as objects o Foot binding o Women had no China and japan declared war in 1937 but already occupied Manchuria where the grandmother lived Women’s status o Focus on grandma Chinese youth’s admiration for the CCP o Focused on gender equality o Food Mother The people’s republic of china 1949 o Numerous campaigns o The most disastrous campaign n 1950s The great leap forward 1958 Majority became integrated Mao nationalized all forms of property Mao did not want to be pushed aside o Launched cultural revolution 1966 Used the youth in the red guard The most important campaign in the 1960s and 70s Father – Wang Yu
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2009 for the course HST 106 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '09 term at Oregon State.

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11.15 EXAM INFO - Wild Swans: Three daughters of china Wild...

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